The parents of April Jones have said they want David Cameron to get personally involved in the fight against indecent images of children online.
Speaking to Channel 5 News, Paul and Coral Jones said they want to continue the fight in memory of their daughter.
“I’d like to get David Cameron involved because he could be the ambassador for this fight and we want the whole world to know it’s not just the UK we’re fighting for, it’s everyone" said Coral.
Paul Jones said: "This will be her last fight in death and I hope it will make a legacy for her.
“Tia Sharp’s and April's cases were linked to the internet very closely and they happened within a few months of each other. If these things don't get removed and don't get sorted out, this is just going to escalate, it's going to get worse. It needs to get sorted."
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